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No One - Element Preservers

Alycia Linwood

Publisher: Alycia Linwood

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Warning: This is the book 3.5 in Element Preservers series and should be read after book 3 since it contains spoilers for the first three books in the series. The novella has approximately 18000 words (74 pages). 
Aware that Ria's condition is getting worse, Adrian is determined to do whatever it takes so he can touch her again without weakening her, and the only ones who might be able to help him are his greatest enemies. Haunted by the memories, he has to get the information he needs without putting his life in danger, but that is easier said than done... Especially if there is no one you can trust. 
Element Preservers series reading order: 
Dangerous (Book 1) 
Runaway (Book 2) 
Divided (Book 3) 
No One (Book 3.5) 
Restless (Book 4) 
Indestructible (Book 5)

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